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Labor Day Block Party

  • Prallsville Mills - Saw Mill 33 Risler Street Stockton, NJ, 08559 (map)

Labor Day Block Party

September 3, 2016 • 6 to 9 p.m.

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With Live Music by the
The Hazelrigg Brothers

www.hazelriggbrothers.com 

George and Geoff Hazelrigg are multitalented brothers and highly accomplished musicians. Bassist, Geoff, pianist, George, and joined by drummer John O’Reilly Jr., the trio presents an ingenious blend of classical, rock, and jazz elements.


THREE GENERATIONS OF ART
PARHAM • LAGUEUX • MOSES

Mother, daughter, granddaughter. These three women all live within a few miles of each other and share a unique bond of love, bloodline and paint. For the first time, the three of them will be showing their work at Prallsville Mills on September 3, 2016.

ANNIE PARHAM

Annie Parham is an emerging young artist who works in a variety of mediums from photography and watercolor to acrylic. She recently relocated to Hunterdon County where she was raised. For the past few years she has been living and creating out of her studio in Dorset, Vermont after graduating with her Bachelors in Fine Art from Green Mountain College. Parham's works play with themes of imagination, identity, form, and intentionality. See more of her work at annieaparham.com.

KIM LAGUEUX

Kim LaGueux is a local oil painter has studied for the past seven years with Trisha Vergis, Robert Beck, and Ty Hodanish. She draws inspiration from the local Hunterdon/Bucks countryside painting plein air and studio still life. A representational artist, LaGueux looks for the light that brings two dimensional surfaces to life. She can be found at kimparham.com.

BG MOSES

"Of all the arts, abstract painting is the most difficult. It demands that you know how to draw well, that one has a heightened sensitivity for composition and color and that you are a true poet. This last is essential." -Wassily Kandinsky

BG Moses studied fine art from 1951-1956 at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the last year on a full scholarship. She has won numerous awards, the highlight being first prize in a show in New England. Her portraits are in collections throughout the country. After moving to Bucks County in 2015, she revived her love of abstract and nonobjective painting, particularly exploring her love of color, form and composition.


Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the event.
Beer and wine will be available for $5 each.